Hit or Miss? Starbucks explains its failure to pay corporation tax in UK
Friday, 16 November 2012 12:00AM
Bean counters Starbucks is under pressure to explain its tax arrangements, following revelations that it has reportedly paid no corporation tax in the UK over the past three years.
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